My MIL got her hair cut on Wednesday. It was a pretty dramatic change but it looks great.
It started us talking about hairdressers, the good and the bad.
I know alot of women (especially mums) view having their hair cut and coloured a indulgent treat. A few hours to enjoy child free and completely focused on them even if you do pay through the nose for the privilege.
I love changing my hair (even if 90% of the time I end up with "mum hair" which is impossible to make look polished and fashionable)
But I hate the hairdresser.
For me it's a chore rather than a luxury.
It makes me stressed. Even when you explain why you want or bring along a photo there is still that margin of personal interpretation that means the difference between funky mid 20s hair and looking like you are heading towards the blue rinse age bracket.
I'm also not a fan of the hair washing business. It's probably just because I'm a bit of a control freak.
So am I the only one who gets a pit in their stomach when they know it's coming up to haircut time?
Any horror stories about hairdresser visits?
Hope you are all having a great weekend.
I'm thinking I should just invest in a great hat to extend the time between hair appointments. ;)